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Delta Air Lines is launching daily nonstop service from Spokane International Airport to Atlanta beginning Nov. 20.
Benjamin Reuland, 30, was driving west on the Spokane International Airport highway eastbound offramp when he struck Susan Aldworth, 72, just before 6 p.m., according to a news release.
The Spokane International Airport has seen a steep decline in passenger activity as the coronavirus pandemic hammers the nation’s airline industry. But that's not stopping the airport from moving forward with a long-awaited plan to realign the road drivers use to drop off and pick up passengers.
Marriott has opened a new 109-room hotel at Spokane International Airport.
Spokane International Airport is receiving a $29.6 million economic relief grant to support operations during the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Department of Transportation has announced.
The Spokane International Airport celebrated its sixth straight year of growth last year, when almost 4 million people traveled through its gates, but the growing number of passengers canceling flights to avoid exposure to COVID-19 could halt that upward trend. Several of the six passenger airlines serving Spokane – Alaska, American, Delta, Southwest, United and Frontier – have been forced to cancel, consolidate or reschedule thousands of flights worldwide because of virus-driven government restrictions or decline in passengers.
Delta Air Lines is adding a second direct flight from Spokane International Airport to Los Angeles beginning Sept. 14.
Boeing’s latest variant of the jumbo jet has been flying test runs in and out of Spokane International Airport this week.
The Feb. 2 crash is the latest setback for the Klassen family. “We’re so used to dealing with tragedy,” said Autumn Klassen, “I feel like we’re good at it.”
Wolff Architectural Group has filed a preliminary application with the city to build a $4.5 million aircraft hangar at Spokane International Airport.
A man suspected of driving drunk struck a couple loading their car at the airport late Sunday night, leaving both with serious injuries.
Spokane International Airport set a new record for passenger activity in 2019, exceeding more than 4 million travelers for the first time in its history. It’s the third consecutive year of record-breaking passenger traffic at the airport, which reported a 2.9% increase in passengers flying in and out of Spokane compared with 2018.
Larry Krauter was named chief executive officer of the airport in 2011. Since those early days of dealing with decreased service due to the Great Recession, Krauter has made recruiting airlines and businesses a priority, pushing for an increase on user fees that can pay for future expansion.
Atlanta-bound Spokane travelers had their journeys made easier with Delta Air Lines’ announcement Monday that it will offer nonstop service between the cities.
Spokane International Airport is anticipating an increase in passengers this holiday season, mirroring a nationwide projection that air travel will increase 3% compared to last year.
Spokane County Commissioners and Spokane City Council approved a $89 million Spokane Airport budget Tuesday, which is slightly smaller than last year due to less spending on infrastructure projects.
The Spokane International Airport has been awarded a federal grant that completes funding for a rail and truck transload facility project designed to attract aerospace and manufacturing industries on the West Plains.
Beginning in June, United Airlines will begin nonstop flights during the summer season from Spokane International Airport to George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston.
The Spokane International Airport board is planning to submit a proposal to the Federal Aviation Administration that, if approved, extends the length of time it can collect passenger facility charges for several projects.
Ernest “Mac” McCauley, 75, of Long Beach, California, had been flying the “Nine-o-Nine” B-17 for the Collings Foundation on several visits to Spokane of the Wings of Freedom Tour. The last tour stop occurred July 1 at Spokane International Airport.